Photo: Lynne Newton
Come and enjoy the spectacle of Spring at Greylake this Saturday, 12 May from 2pm to 5pm. Have a wriggle through the new willow snake, peer through the woven viewing screen and pop into the hide and see all our new information panels. We'll be pond dipping and offering walks to look at the wildlife around the reserve. You might be lucky enough to see lapwings with chicks, redshank, sedge and reed warblers, little egrets, and listen for cettis warbler, and, at last, the swallows and house martins have arrived. A sure sign that SPRING IS HERE! And be sure to take a look at our excellent photographic exhibition, bring your camera and have a go, and even take part in our photo and drawing competitions. Our photographers can give you lots of tips.
And maybe even join us for our Evening Wildlife Stroll (8-10.30pm) to look out for the weird aerial displays and noises of snipe, listen for bats and marvel at the moths of the night . You can book by phone on 07774 620879, email email@example.com or speak to one of our Information Wardens on the day and we can add you to the list. £5 per person/£10 per family.
And the weatherman promises 11 hours of sunshine on the day, so why not bring a picnic too!